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The Drinking Companions, Original Painting, Men, Friendship, 1920s, 1930s, Friendship, Sharing a Drink, Flask, Conversation, Portrait by mygoodbabushka on Etsy

The Drinking Companions, Original Painting, Men, Friendship, 1920s, 1930s, Friendship, Sharing a Drink, Flask, Conversation, Portrait

The Drinking Companions, Original Painting, Men, Friendship, 1920s, 1930s, Friendship, Sharing a Drink, Flask, Conversation, Portrait by mygoodbabushka on Etsy

One of Hayman’s earliest conversation portraits, the Wagg Family was once attributed to Bartholomew Dandridge and even William Hogarth. As a friend Hayman would have been familiar with Hogarth’s successful early group portraits of the 1730s such as Ashley Cowper with his wife and Daughter (Tate) and the similarities have been well documented

One of Hayman’s earliest conversation portraits, the Wagg Family was once attributed to Bartholomew Dandridge and even William Hogarth. As a friend Hayman would have been familiar with Hogarth’s successful early group portraits of the 1730s such as Ashley Cowper with his wife and Daughter (Tate) and the similarities have been well documented

3rd: emotional self-portraits. better/faster than conversation portraits, try drawing background pattern out next time

3rd: emotional self-portraits. better/faster than conversation portraits, try drawing background pattern out next time

Mark Twain, on how he determined whether to publish (or burn) a manuscript... As performed by John Lithgow, and presented by the New York Public Library. #PushPlay

Mark Twain, on how he determined whether to publish (or burn) a manuscript... As performed by John Lithgow, and presented by the New York Public Library. #PushPlay

Conversation Piece at the Royal Lodge, Windsor by Herbert James Gunn National Portrait Gallery, London Date painted: 1950 Oil on canvas, 151.1 x 100.3 cm Collection: National Portrait Gallery, London

Conversation Piece at the Royal Lodge, Windsor by Herbert James Gunn National Portrait Gallery, London Date painted: 1950 Oil on canvas, 151.1 x 100.3 cm Collection: National Portrait Gallery, London

18 th century FRENCH SILVER famous silversmith to the King THOMAS GERMAIN FRANCE Thomas Germain has had his portrait painted by Largillière, in company of his wife, Anne-Denise Gauchelet, in his workroom. The artist, with one hand laid on a large silver ewer, points with the other at a candelabrum adorned with figures of fauns and nymphs.

18 th century FRENCH SILVER famous silversmith to the King THOMAS GERMAIN FRANCE Thomas Germain has had his portrait painted by Largillière, in company of his wife, Anne-Denise Gauchelet, in his workroom. The artist, with one hand laid on a large silver ewer, points with the other at a candelabrum adorned with figures of fauns and nymphs.

Because there can't be greater happiness then sharing good coffee and great conversation with the man you love.

Because there can't be greater happiness then sharing good coffee and great conversation with the man you love.

"Summer Breeze:  Audrey Hepburn" - Special Edition Tape Art by Max Zorn (2014);  9.75" x 9.75";   Zorn explains, "The material I use is brown packing tape, which I stick on layers of thin acrylic glass sheets. The more layers of tape I add, the darker the shades on the artwork become. The different shades of brown allow me to shape out my scenes and portraits. I use an ordinary scalpel or X-Acto knife to cut and shape the layers of tape."    (Sold out)

"Summer Breeze: Audrey Hepburn" - Special Edition Tape Art by Max Zorn (2014); 9.75" x 9.75"; Zorn explains, "The material I use is brown packing tape, which I stick on layers of thin acrylic glass sheets. The more layers of tape I add, the darker the shades on the artwork become. The different shades of brown allow me to shape out my scenes and portraits. I use an ordinary scalpel or X-Acto knife to cut and shape the layers of tape." (Sold out)

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